God was very purposeful when He created the Sun. That thing serves a million purposes. From growth of plants, to solar power, to triggering weather like rain and wind, the Sun might be a star at the center of our solar system, but it is vital to sustaining life here on Earth. Even though it’s literally a giant burning ball of mass, it is just far away enough from us to keep us from exploding into flames, yet close enough to keep us from freezing to death. (Although, for a while there, I was wondering…) The Sun is truly the center of our world.
Borrowing a line from my son's favorite bedtime story "dinner's over, tummy fed, llama, llama, time for bed". This has been my mantra for the last three days. My three days of Thanksgiving are over. And what do I have to show for it? Besides an extra inch in my waistline, I have leftovers. Lots and lots of leftovers. Some of them can just go away. That sugar-free pie that Aunt Mabel made? Yeah, you can just toss that one out. But some of them can really be put to use. If you’re like me, you have this undying need to eat every morsel of leftover food in your refrigerator. You worked hard to make it; someone is going to eat it! Or maybe you’re like our Dallas Medical Deliveries team, and you spent the afternoon working to ensure your customers had their items delivered on time, despite the holiday. No matter the case, Thanksgiving leftovers have great potential, and Dallas Medical Deliveries has some ideas about what to do with them:
Tax season is upon us… dundundunnnnnnnnn. Cue scary music, dimming lights and a scary masked man popping out from around the corner. I don’t know anyone who actually likes tax day. It sucks. Mention April 15 around here and you’ll get a look from our Dallas delivery team. (This might be a good time to mention that April 15 is actually my birthday. Talk about a depressing day to enter the world. I kid, I kid. Sort of…)